Brother Christian Ventura, O.P., speaks about his co-vocational call to the Dominican monastic order and the Episcopal diaconate. Christian talks about the future of the church, especially as related to the “diaconal hearts” of Gen Z.
Pat Aaron, who has been teaching music to children in public schools in Western Maryland for several decades, talks about the power of music to create relationships and community.
The Rev. Dr. Henrietta Wiley, PhD, Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Towson, MD. Rhetta speaks with us about “opening the gates” of the church to new ways of thinking and new partnerships.
We are honored to have the Rt. Rev. Robert W. Ihloff speaking about how his spirituality has inspired and has maintained his decades-long prophetic voice for social justice issues.
The Rev. Gloria Carpeneto, a Roman Catholic Womanpriest, talks about the Living Waters Inclusive Catholic Community, a prophetic voice of inclusion, worship and ministry.
Kathy Lochary from Baltimore, Maryland speaks about how a personal tragedy helped her find a way to give to others. She is a humble, generous person who has worked for years to connect people with others in need.